Saturday, April 13, 2013

Review: Sesame Street: I Is For Imagination by Amy Mebberson


SUMMARY FROM NETGALLEY.COM:

Sunny Day!
Chase the clouds away with Sesame Street: I Is For Imagination as Sesame Street, the most beloved and long-running children's property, comes to comics for the FIRST TIME!
Join Elmo, Big Bird, Grover, Bert & Ernie, Cookie Monster, and all of your favorites in this special volume featuring art by Amy Mebberson (The Muppet Show, Strawberry Shortcake), James Silvani (Muppet King Arthur, Darkwing Duck), and more!

MY TAKE:
My favorite Sesame Street character is Elmo, so obviously I enjoyed this comic book a lot.

In Sesame Street: I is for imagination, we are treated to a collection of stories featuring the different Sesame Street characters. Some of the stories include It's Super Elmo, featuring Elmo and Grover, A Dip in the Galaxy, which stars Cookie Monster, and Smog Day Afternoon, starring Oscar the Grouch.

The best story, in my biased opinion, is It's Super Elmo. In the story, Elmo wishes to be superhero but doesn't have any superpowers. Grover helps him see that he doesn't need superpowers to be a hero. It's a wonderful story that will speak to little kids and their fantasies.

Thanks to NetGalley and Ape Entertainment for the e-ARC. Publication date of Sesame Street: I is for imagination is on May 7, 2013.

THE GOOD:

  1. It features your favorite Sesame Street characters.
  2. It's a good complement to Sesame Street episodes.
  3. The stories are entertaining.

THE BAD:

  1. The stories might be too short for older kids.

FAVORITE QUOTE/S:
And Elmo is cute, too!
READ IT IF:

  1. You or your child like Sesame Street.
  2. Your child likes comic books.
  3. You want to encourage your child to read more.

RATING:
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